This is an acute viral hemorhagic disorder that can be transmitted by infected mosquitoes from the genus Haemagogus or Sabethes, as well as an urban mosquito.
Mexico City (apro).- The World Health Organization (WHO), has recommended that everyone traveling to South America, including minors, get vaccinated for at least 10 days. progres
The WHO stated in its report that seven cases had been reported of yellow fever in six countries and that the WHO did not recommend that anyone be vaccinated against it. He said that the yellow fever was confirmed by laboratory tests from September 23-24.
He stated that three of the four affected individuals had no symptoms while the other four experienced fever and one had eye and headache symptoms.
WHO. According to WHO. Five of the 6 remaining cases were males between 24 and 82. There have been no deaths among confirmed cases.
The most likely place of infection is in a rural area to the south of Maturin Monagas, Venezuela’s northeastern region.
Ten cases of non-human primates were also reported by the United Nations Health Agency, 7 of which were in the same condition and 3 in Anzoategui.
The yellow fever virus causes acute viral hemorhagic illness called yellow fever. It is transmitted by infected mosquitoes from the genus Haemagogus, Sabethes, and Aedes aegypti (an urban mosquito).
It can infect both humans and nonhuman primates. If it spreads quickly, it may cause serious health problems for those who are not vaccinated.
A single-dose yellow fever vaccine can prevent this disease. It provides lifetime immunity.
Yellow fever is a very high-risk area in Venezuela. The lack of adequate vaccination coverage can lead to a high risk for disease transmission and an increase in the number of people who are not vaccinated.
WHO has stressed that yellow fever vaccination is essential in order to prevent yellow fever from spreading, particularly in high risk areas.
It is imperative to increase the vaccination coverage, especially for forest dwellers and workers who are susceptible to Sabethes and Haemagogus malaria.
Similar to the above, it should rise among immigrants and indigenous peoples.
The government recommends that international travellers over the age of 9 months get vaccinated at a minimum of 10 days before traveling to Venezuela. However, South American countries do not require travel documents to prove immunization.